How to Dress in Vegas from Day To Night?

How to Dress for Vegas Day To Night? Chanel Bag

Have I ever told you that Las Vegas is one of my favorite destinations in USA? Is it is fun, it is warm, has the best entertainment in the world plus, endless shopping. Especially that! I have never seen a more amazing Chanel handbags collection than the one at the Bellagio exclusive boutique.

Chanel, Via Bellagio

Dressing for a day in Vegas shopping spree

Besides Via Bellagio,  the must-see Forum Shops at Caesars Palace are  the shopping destination that includes approximately 160 stores representing some of the biggest names in fashion. There is no place like Vegas! Icelle’s two new outfit collages are perfect if you are packing for a short trip to Las Vegas.

Forum Shops at Caesars Palace

Icelle day look

Tips on how to dress for shopping:

1. Wear stretch jeans for comfort.

2. A soft jacket like this one by Helmut Lang over a simple t-shirt.

3. A cross-body bag to have your hands free 🙂 The mini Proenza Schouler PS1 has more space than you think.

4. Low heeled shoes but not flat so that the dresses you try will look good.

Dressing for a night out in Vegas

For a night out in Vegas, you could go to Tao’s Restaurant. It serves as a chic gathering spot ideal for cocktails and conversation at the Venetian Hotel. The 10,000 square-foot TAO Nightclub is the place to see and be seen, attracting world class DJs and celebrities such as Madonna, Rihanna, Heidi Klum, Kim Kardashian, Jamie Foxx and Bono. However, one of the most exciting things to do in Las Vegas is to see the magic shows. I was impressed by Cirque du Soleil and Celine Dion. So, for an evening out,  my dream outfit is Icelle’s Peter Pilotto printed silk-twill top worn with a Michael van der Ham’s skirt and these killer Jimmy Choo stilettos in bright-orange.

Tao’s Hotel Venetian, Las Vegas

Icelle orange Vegas

Have a lovely Day!!!


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